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Submitting a joint proposal

For Round 3, schools and kura will submit their application through our new online Salesforce Creatives in Schools application portal. This replaces the previous online application form.

A Creatives in Schools funding application from a school and kura must be made through the Creatives in Schools application portal.

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Step-by-step guide video on how to submit your joint proposal:

We have created a second video (viewable on the  Tips for creating a good joint proposal  page) outlining tips for creating an effective joint proposal.

Application role

School staff must use their own ESL user account with the Creatives School User role to be able to access the application.

Role name Description
Creatives School User The Lead teacher of the Creatives in Schools project will have this role.

How do I access the Creatives in Schools funding application?

Step 1

Each school and kura has a Delegated Authoriser. The lead teacher of the Creatives in Schools project should contact the school’s Delegated Authoriser to have the Creatives School User role assigned to your ESL user account, or to receive an email invitation for a new ESL user account. If you do not already have one, the  accept an invite process is available here .

There are a few ways to find out your school’s Delegated Authoriser if you have an existing ESL account associated with your school:

  • login to self-service, then click My Delegated Authoriser on the left-hand side
  • check with a colleague, your principal, or manager. 

If you do not have an ESL account associated with your school:

Step 2

Your school's ESL Authoriser/Delegated Authoriser will assign the Creatives in Schools Funding Application School role Creatives School User to you in the ESL online tool. If you receive an email invite you will need to accept it – the  accept an invite process is available here .

How do I login to the Creatives in Schools funding application?

School staff must use their own ESL user account with a valid Creatives School User role to access the Creatives in Schools funding application.

  1. Click on the Creatives in Schools funding application link.
  2. You will be taken to the Education Sector Logon screen.
  3. Enter your ESL Username and ESL Password and then select the Logon button.
  4. You will be taken to the home page of the Creatives in Schools funding application.
  5. Once you’ve completed your application, press the ‘Submit’ button. A notification will appear on-screen showing your application submission number. We recommend that you keep a record of your application submission number in case you have a query about your application.

Support

Further information about the Creatives in Schools funding application is on the Arts Online website.

For support on your Creatives in Schools application, you can contact us at CreativesinSchools@education.govt.nz

For further support/guidance for school Delegated Authorisers, go to:

Support for school Delegated Authorisers | Education Services

For Education Sector Logon (ESL) support, contact the  Education Service Desk

For further support/guide for school users, go to: User support | Self-service

Note

We suggest that you don’t wait for the application closing date before you submit your joint proposal. If you submit your application well before the closing date, we will be able to review your project documents and request additional information if needed.

Templates 

We have created example templates for timeline ( 44 KB) and budget ( 42 KB) to help you clearly understand the requirements. You must attach the completed budget template ( 41 KB) , timeline template ( 44 KB) , and artist CV/biography to your joint proposal. We also recommend that you review the checklist and tip sheet before completing your proposal.

There’s a limited number of applications that are selected per round, so using these tips and templates will help increase your chances of success.

COVID-19 contingency plan

In the event of further COVID Alert Level changes, we will offer flexibility around project timelines where possible.

However, as you are planning your project, you must include a contingency plan on how you will deliver your Creatives in Schools project in the event of a COVID-19 lockdown. We have also provided a sample contingency plan in the timeline sample template ( 44 KB) .

There are more details about what to do at different alert levels  here.

Make sure you follow your school’s health and safety guidelines as advised by the Ministry of Health.

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Page last updated: 17 June 2021
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